Facility Management Module
With IoT products integrated into a building management system, maintenance team will have complete control and supervision of their properties.
Building management brings the user absolute control of a building’s space, lighting, security, assets, internal environment, and utility monitoring. While connected to a cloud-based building management system, standard IoT or automation devices gather real-time actionable intelligence of a building’s internal environment and security.
Space Management
As is the case with other resources, space should be utilized as effectively as possible. Area optimization can greatly reduce costs of premises and increase occupant satisfaction. Space management allows the system operator to monitor exactly when and which areas and facilities are being used, and for how long. Moreover, space management allows the user to plan and optimize space utilization and maintenance based upon the observed data and work schedules. For instance, a space management system could potentially reduce maintenance costs, by informing the cleaning staff, which offices to clean and which have been vacant since the most recent clean-up.
Asset Management
Today, most businesses still rely on manual techniques to track and locate their various assets. Regrettably, this is highly inefficient, and leads to inaccurate and obsolete information, ultimately reducing productivity. By tracking and monitoring assets, asset management prevents theft and misplacement, increases productivity, and notifies the user when assets malfunction or are moved from their designated areas.
Cheaper and more efficient energy consumption
When implemented into a building management system, sensors and monitoring devices can improve energy-efficiency by minimising energy usage and waste, which in turn significantly reduces your customers’ operating costs and environmental footprint.
Using our thermal comfort reports, building managers can have tools to see in real time the condition of use for heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration or HVAC systems. This building systems are responsible for up to 60% of a commercial building’s energy consumption. All large commercial buildings have HVAC failures and much of the spent energy is wasted because of malfunctions in either the equipment itself or in the logic control systems.
Here are three use cases that our customers have identified as leading to overall better energy efficiency in buildings, on top of the immediate benefits that they bring in improved customer service and product field support:

Real-time condition monitoring – monitoring the condition of HVAC in real-time to only dispatch intervention technicians when necessary, instead of periodically. Condition monitoring can improve uptime and reduce maintenance costs.

Remote diagnosis – performing root-cause analysis for an HVAC malfunction reported by the customer by using data from the affected HVAC, before dispatching field engineers. Remote diagnosis can reduce site visits and improve first time fix rates.

Preventative Maintenance
Analysing historical HVAC data to predict potential failures and estimate when maintenance should be performed, in order to prevent them from happening. Preventive maintenance can increase the product lifespan and save on repair costs.